Unbowed (1999)

  |  Drama, History, Romance


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Three Lakota Sioux men enroll in a historically black college, and their reluctance to assimilate causes friction between their black peers. Some come to embrace their similar history, while others remain bitter.

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13 August 2005 | ksmauldon
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| My thoughts about "Unbowed"
I really thought the moving was good. It is a movie that can teach a person about love. Love of fellow man and about loving another person regardless of what back ground or race you are from. It is what this world needs. It is about tolerance of other races. It is about sacrifices. The actors were really good. You really felt you were there back in that time period and felt how those people felt. It made me want a relationship like the two main characters had. That was real love. Everyone should try and see this movie. I saw it on cable on the Western channel last year. I hope it will come to DVD real soon. I would like to have it in my movie collection. And Ray Tavare is truly a hunk!

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